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The Hari naam & Kleem connection begins with the representatives of Hari, Krishna
Pancha Tattava: The 5 elements of devotional service embodied in descended confidential avataar expansions of the Divine (L to R) Sri Advaita Acharya (expansion of the Sadashiva element), Nityanda Prabhu (Lord Balaram), Chaitanya Mahaprabhu (Sri Krishna covered with the golden form of Radharani), Gadadhara Pandit (the devotional shakti-Radharani), Srivasa (the devotee-preacher-Sri Narada Muni)
The Gayatri mantras given at the Brahmin (universal spiritual life force) initiations meant for spiritual emancipation, start with the ‘kleem’ invocation. (The Japanese word Reiki translates to universal spiritual life force, and is a Brahma energy.)
While Durga Devi’s jurisdiction is limited to the material expansion of the universe, ‘kleem’ generates spiritual energies linking one to the Supreme Divine through the grace of Yogamaya-devi who is the source of Durgadevi.
In Vrindavan dhaam at Mathura, Durga-devi’s temple is across the Yamuna river in acknowledgement of the reality that Maya-devi cannot enter the pure spiritual realm of Hari-dhaam.
Where one acknowledges and approaches Durga-devi with the proper understanding and a spiritual connection, spiritual karma is generated because spiritualists are directly under the jurisdiction of Yogamaya and not Durga-devi or Maya devi.
The ‘material’ benefits or wealth of a spiritualist (healer) are in fact generated by super karma that leaves no binding consequences to balance and therefore eliminates the need for such persons to appear in the material world.
Thus the wealth and opulence a spiritualist, although appearing in the material zone of Durga-devi, are spiritual in nature and do not have binding-karma consequences. This is how a spiritualist (or empowered karma healer) converts material benefits to the spiritual.
These spiritual gains are permanent and do not deteriorate unlike material karma generated gains. Eventually a sufficient balance of pure spiritual karma liberates one from the repetitive cycle of birth and death.
The kleem mantra generates this super karma.
If one must approach Durga Devi at all, it is advisable to approach her by invoking the kleem (Krishna) Gayatri mantra.
This is especially useful during the Navratris that with a spiritual empowerment and knowledge, one is approaching the transcendental form of Durga devi (Yogamaya) whose primary purpose is to serve is Krishna and encourage others similarly.
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The first mantra of the Navratris involves the desire fulfilling (kama-beej) sound of ‘kleem’.
This pivotal kleem sound invokes in the individual the desire, movement towards and action of service (bhaja) to Sri Krishna. This is the beginning of true human emancipation and freedom from the endless cycle of birth, death, old age and disease.
In the 3rd sloka of the 5th chapter of Brahma Samhita, Lord Brahma speaks of the kama-beeja (kleem /klim) mantra that fulfills all desires.
Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakur explains this beeja (seed) mantra as —
“(kleem) krsnaya govindaya gopijana vallabhaya sva ha is the mantra which is generated from the seed–‘kleem’. This becomes the central pivot for the movement of the hexagonal form of the mantra of 6 words.”
At this time, in this age, the KQ Force and Reiki are the most effective brahminical energies available to heal one’s life and connect with Krishna to serve him, as well as to attain mukti–freedom from binding consequence karma.
Those who worship the illusory form of Yogmaya–Durga-devi are entangled in the impermanent manifestation of material opulence. Approaching Durga-devi with the understanding that through her we are accessing Yogamaya and the one she worships–Sri Govinda, we can move rapidly towards being karma-free.
The great Vaishnava Acharya Sri Bhaktivinoda Thakur describes the universal order in his commentary to the Brahma Samhita thus:
“The potency of Devi-dhama, in the form of the extension of Maya, and that of Sivaloka, consisting of time, space and matter, are the potency of the separated particles pervaded by the penumbral reflection of the subjective portion of the Divinity.
“But Hari-dhama is ever resplendent with transcendental majesty and the great splendor of all-sweetness predominates over all other majesties in Goloka. The Supreme Lord Govinda by his own direct and indirect power has constituted those respective potencies of those realms.”
–Purport to Brahma Samhita 5.43
Being the architect-builder of the material universe Lord Brahma is a naturally authoritative source of information on the subject.
In the 5th chapter of the Brahma Samhita, Lord Brahma describes the geography of the material and spiritual universes.
The lowest universe is devi-dham, consisting of 14 planetary systems, where we of the earth planet are in the 7th planetary system, or the middle zone. Here Durga devi presides with her potency of maya, illusion.
Above this zone is Sivaloka where a portion is called mahakaal-dhaam (place of the space-time-matter continuum).
Lord Brahma explains the significance of kleem in the Brahma Samhita. Cambodian sculpture of Lord Brahma (ca. 9th-10th century) at the Musée Guimet, Paris, France. Photo:Vassil
The Brahma Samhita is a hundred chapter work by Lord Brahma, the architect-builder of the material universe.
In it he speaks about creation and his role and relationship with the Supreme Divine–Govinda, Krishna–one who attracts all the senses, the all-attractive One.
Beyond these material zones is the transcendental hari-dhaam or Vaikunthaloka, the place of the Supreme Lord Krishna, full of love and light, free of anxiety of any kind.
Here Yogamaya arranges for all souls to interact with Sri Krishna without their being aware of His Supreme position.
Yogamaya is the mystic potency of Krishna who arranges to connect living beings to Him.
Maya (Durga-devi) is the shadowy form of Yogamaya who keeps the living beings in illusion regarding their real potential and focused instead on playing the role of a controller and material gains.
Naturally, this constantly leads to disenchantment with the material universe as it is regularly demonstrated that one cannot be a controller nor keep any of the hard-won gains permanently.
However, most people are bothered only about immediate relief and material benefits, Tthis suits the universal arrangement as it is Durga-devi’s job to keep the individual in the material experience until he learns that the material world is not his natural place of existence.
The true purpose of worshiping Durga Devi is to attain to the service of Govinda (Krishna), relief and freedom from the punishing wheel of karma, while also receiving material benefits in the present.
Download the Brahma Samhita in PDF, with Commentary by Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Thakur.
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Only chapter 5 of the Brahma Samhita survives. These are the 100 prayers and glorifications that Lord Brahma offers Sri Krishna, the Source of the entire universal creation and all that is in it.
The commentary is by Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Thakur, who is the spiritual master of Srila Bhaktirakshak Sridhara Swami, whose disciple Srila Bhaktisundar Govinda Maharaj is our spiritual master.